Smith signs contract with Texans


Smith finished his Limestone career as the school’s leader in receiving yards. | Photo:


HOUSTON – Former Westwood and Limestone College big-play receiver Vyncint Smith signed a free agent deal Saturday with the Houston Texans. Smith, who was born in Germany, played varsity for the Blythewood Bengals during his sophomore season and then played two seasons with the Redhawks.

Smith earned an All-Region honor during his senior campaign at Westwood with 31 receptions for 503 yards and four touchdowns. He continued his momentum by finishing second on the team in receiving yards as a true freshman at Limestone.

Smith posted career highs in catches and receiving yards in his senior season and was an All-South Atlantic Conference choice.

Smith finished his stellar career at Limestone as the school’s all-time leader in receiving yards and second in total receptions. He also became the first player in program history to sign a professional contract.

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